High-net-worth individuals are shunning equities, traditionally a lucrative part of the market for many wealth managers. So what impact will this have on the industry?
Wealth Management 2019
More and more people in the UK need advice about their pension savings, investments, and assets. Our Wealth Management special report, published in The Sunday Times, explores the importance of selecting the right wealth manager, the impact of digital tech and AI transforming asset and wealth management. It examines why automation will impact volatility and affect stock market dynamics and why high-net-worth-individuals are shunning equities. Also featured is an infographic analysing the investment of £1 million throughout the course of 2019 and how much money would you have made (or lost) by now.
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As Brexit poses a serious challenge to the UK’s financial services sector, Luxembourg lays claim to London’s crown as Europe’s premier wealth management hub
Software-based innovation is removing mundane elements of a financial adviser’s job, enabling more clients to get help, which is crucial to close the UK’s advice gap
The wealth management industry needs a radical overhaul as the dynamics of the business are changing in myriad ways
Market volatility requires greater diversification and investment expertise. How could multi-manager investing help?
Chief financial officers must embrace digitisation to harness their most valuable asset, a single view of financial data, and become forward-looking and strategic advisers